Celtic make £4m-rated Polish striker Patryk Klimala a top priority as Neil Lennon seeks four January signings
- The under-21 international has claimed seven goals in 17 matches this season
- He is also linked with Celtic’s Europa League last 32 opponents FC Copenhagen
- Sportsmail understands the 21-year-old is high on a list of potential incomings
Polish striker Patryk Klimala has emerged as a £4million target for Celtic.
The under-21 international has claimed seven goals in 17 appearances for Jagellonia Bialystok in Poland’s Ekstraklasa this season.
Also linked with Celtic’s Europa League last 32 opponents FC Copenhagen and Italian club Genoa, Sportsmail understands the 21-year-old is high on a list of potential reinforcements this month.
Polish striker Patryk Klimala (centre) has emerged as a £4million target for Celtic in January
In the market for four new players, Neil Lennon has prioritised support in attack for Odsonne Edouard.
The Parkhead club held discussions with Slovan Bratislava over a £5million deal with Slovenian international Andraz Sporar before Christmas, but have yet to lodge a formal offer.
Le Havre’s 23-year-old Zimbabwean striker Timo Kadawere has also been monitored, but would require a record transfer outlay in excess of £10million and is attracting interest from top tier clubs in England and France.
Cruzeiro central defender Fabricio Bruno, meanwhile, is poised to stay in Brazil with Red Bull Bragantino despite agitating for a move to Glasgow. Celtic are assessing other defensive options in the South American market.